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Navigation, Autonomy & New Technologies

The vessel National Geographic Explorer has had its ECDIS software upgraded during a recent visit to Scandinavia, in the wake of recent IHO concerns over display issues with ECDIS systems.
ECDIS training and consultancy company ECDIS Ltd has signed a new agreement with Kelvin Hughes to offer training on Kelvin Hughes MantaDigital systems, on a global basis.
Following an agreement at a meeting hosted by the IMO Secretariat, the manufacturers of ECDIS equipment are set to publicly publish information on the latest versions of the software used to operate their equipment with the aim of ensuring the systems are kept up to date.
Jeppesen has announced that it is set to release its new OpenENC service, the company’s take on Pay As You Sail (PAYS) licensing for electronic navigational charts.
VSTEP reports that it has developed a software interface for IMO Type Approved radar and chart radar systems, for training purposes.
Transas Marine has launched its Port Management Information Systems (PMIS) product for real-time port management.
Consilium and ChartWorld International are to partner in the provision of a new ECDIS package, featuring the Consilium S-ECDIS equipped with ChartWorld’s type approved eGlobe service.
The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) has introduced two new Admiralty Maritime Security Charts to cover The Mediterranean (Q6111) and The Persian Gulf (Q6110).
Elcome International has been awarded a contract by a shipyard in UAE to supply the complete electrical, electronics and ship control package for a cable-handling ship conversion project.
Raytheon Anschütz is to supply of NautoSteer Advanced Steering Gear Control Systems to two prototype cruise ships being built at Fincantieri’s Monfalcone shipyard for the British-American Carnival Corporation.
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